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Booker T. Jones is Coming to Laxson on Saturday

This Saturday, January 21st Booker T. Jones, one of the fathers of modern soul music, is coming to Laxson Auditorium!

This tour, replete with horn section, showcases Jones, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, and four-time Grammy winner, as he plays the audience through the history that is Stax Records.

Tickets to this performance: $48 Premium | $40 Adult | $38 Senior | $30 Youth | $10 Chico State Student and are available online or at the University Box Office.

Click here to see Booker T. Jones on the Hammond B3 organ.  

For more information on this performance, click here.

See you at the theatre! 

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Free Writing Tutoring at Student Learning Center Starting February 1

Trained, faculty-recommended, and friendly tutors in the Student Learning Center (SSC 340) offer help with different writing tasks including essays, research projects, creative writing, and job applications. In a collaborative and supportive environment, tutors offer help with understanding writing goals and requirements, planning and getting started, developing and organizing ideas, and polishing sentences.  

-Face-to-face appointments  One-on-one appointments are available Monday-Thursday, 9am-6pm and Friday, 9am-3pm. Drop-ins are welcome, but students are encouraged to make an appointment. Appointments guarantee students 1 hour with a tutor, whereas drop-ins are limited to 30 minutes and offered on a first-come, first-served basis.  Call or visit the SLC. Phone: 530-898-6839.  

-Online Writing Assistance  Free online writing assistance is available via the Student Learning Center website. Visit here for more information: http://www.csuchico.edu/slc/wtutorinfo.shtml. Writing tutors will review and respond to requests in 1-3 business days.   -

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SLC Writing Center Follow us on Facebook at @ChicoWritingCenter and Twitter at @chicostatewc to receive special notices about our services, writing and reading tips, and resources.   Want us to present more information in your classroom? Please contact Jer Xiong at jxiong21@mail.csuchico.edu or 530-898-5804.
http://www.csuchico.edu/slc/

Campuswide Student Awards for Research and Creativity in Geographical Informational Systems

The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSS) is pleased to announce that funds have been donated by Chuck Nelson, former Director of the Geographical Information Center, for a program titled Student Awards for Research and Creativity in Geographical Informational Systems. Two and up to five awards between $500 and $1,000 are available.  All qualified students at California State University, Chico are encouraged to apply. http://www.csuchico.edu/bss/students/scholarship.shtml

Designing Your Syllabus? Count Us In for a Study Abroad Presentation

Greetings from the Chico State Study Abroad Office!

The Study Abroad Office conducts classroom presentations to promote our various programs.  We would greatly appreciate the opportunity to give these presentations to your classes. The presentations usually last about 10-15 minutes and we are more than willing to tailor them to your specific class focus. These presentations will start the second week of school.

If you are interested in having Study Abroad present our programs to your classes please send an email to sa_recruit@csuchico.edu with the following information 

•       Date and time

•       Course title and subject

•       Number of students

•       Location of Classroom

•       Is this a SMART classroom?

•       Do you want us to focus on a specific major, country, or region or do you prefer something more basic and open-ended?

•       Do you want the 15-minute presentation or the 30 minute deluxe version with culture quiz and prizes?

•       Any other requests?

Thank you for your time and we hope to hear from you soon!

E. Kika De La Garza Fellowship Program for Faculty & Staff – Summer 2017

Application Deadline: January 31, 2017

The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Office of Advocacy and Outreach, Hispanic-Serving Institutions National Program, E. Kika De La Garza Fellowship Program offers faculty and staff from Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) the opportunity to work collaboratively with USDA to gain insight and understanding of the federal government. This two-week, summer experience is uniquely tailored to bring together HSI staff and federal executives to address the spectrum of challenges facing the Hispanic community.  Education Fellowships are for faculty and staff at HSIs.  Science Fellowships are for science faculty at HSIs.

For more information, including application requirements, visit: https://www.outreach.usda.gov/education/hsi/index.htm.    Application packets must be submitted electronically by January 31, 2017.  For the perspective of a recent Chico State participant, please contact Michelle Morris, Faculty Diversity Officer, via email at mrmorris@csuchico.edu.

Student Auditions for Spring Semester Theatre Productions

Students interested in auditioning for the Spring Semester Theatre productions (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Really, Really) are invited to attend auditions at the following times.  NON-MAJORS are encouraged to attend.

• Sunday, January 22  - 6:00-10:00pm: Auditions for Musical Theatre and Theatre Majors
• Monday, January 23  - 6:00- 7:30pm: Auditions for Musical Theatre and Theatre Minors
• Monday, January 23  - 7:30-10:00pm: Auditions for Non Major and community members
 
SIGN UPS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ON THE MUTA DEPARTMENT CALLBOARD IN THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
 
Callbacks - (Specifics for each show will be posted when callback lists are posted)
 
• Monday, January 23: 7:30pm - 10:00pm
• Tuesday, January 24: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
• Wednesday, January 25: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
• Thursday, January 26: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
 
For the spring auditions, please prepare one of the following standard, memorized audition packages:
1. two contrasting monologues, or
2. one monologue and one contrasting song
 
Please note that to be considered for the musical How to Succeed in Buisness Without Really Trying auditionees must sing a song
 
The maximum time for these options is 2 minutes. You will be timed and stopped if you exceed the two–minute time limit.
 
Accompaniment is provided. If you plan to sing, bring sheet music in your key, clearly marked. No recorded accompaniment and no a capella, please.
 
Any questions, please email Professor Matthew Teague Miller at mtmiller@csuchico.edu

Professor and Sustainability Icon

Many people knew Paul Persons as family man, activist attorney, and all-around adventurer. Few people knew how tirelessly he worked to establish the principles of sustainability as a core concern of California State University, Chico and—his more recent priority—the entire CSU system.

Furthering sustainability was a primary purpose for Paul Persons and the University committed itself to its Sixth Strategic Priority with his considerable support. Paul understood that protecting the environment assumed a commitment to environmental justice.

The Paul Persons Sustainability Award was established in 2008 by family and friends to honor Paul Persons' memory and to help realize his vision of a CSU system-wide emphasis on sustainability. Paul wanted every student in the CSU to have an opportunity to learn how to apply sustainable practices in his or her chosen field.

The Institute for Sustainable Development is responsible for soliciting nominations and for working with a faculty committee to select one CSU, Chico faculty each year to receive the award. Who can nominate??  All CSU, Chico faculty, staff and students may nominate before the deadline of February 1, 2017 based on the award criteria.  See our website for complete details and instructions for submitting your nominations at http://www.csuchico.edu/sustainablefuture/conference/awards.shtml .  

The award will be presented during the annual This Way to Sustainability Conference in March 2017.

Join the Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center’s Team ROAR

Team ROAR is comprised of student leaders who conduct outreach to their peers in multiple settings in an effort to increase participation in the Wildcat ROAR! (Reach Out And Respond) bystander intervention training program and other harm reduction activities. Team ROAR will promote healthy behaviors and reduce high-risk drinking and the harmful consequences often associated with over-consumption of alcohol. 

Benefits: 

•      Gain experience working in a health promotion position 
•      Build your resume
•      Make new friends
•      Earn a unit
•      Make a difference 
•      Become a leader on campus

Requirements:
•      Attend ROAR training (TBA)
•      One-hour weekly meetings (TBA)

To sign up, visit our Wildcat Sync page For more information contact the Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center (CADEC) in Student Services Center 180 or (530) 898 -6450 or cadecstudent1@csuchico.edu

New Concepts in the Marketplace Cafe

Welcome back!  AS Dining Services has been hard at work over the break.  We are excited to share with you some of the changes we have made at the Marketplace Café in the BMU.  We will be featuring three new concepts for Spring 2017.  The first is “Pitchfork”, a station that exclusively features food ingredients that are local and community based, fair, ecologically sound, and humanely raised.  The second is “Scoville”, a reengineered southwest Mexican food concept, featuring homemade salsas and hot sauces.  The third is our soon to be completed self-serve salad bar (we anticipate this will open around the second or third week of the semester). 

Some of these stations are open this week for a soft launch 11am – 2pm.

As a reminder the regular semester hours for the Marketplace Café are:

                Mon – Thurs 7am – 3pm (Sub Street Deli open until 4pm)

                Fri – 7am – 3pm

All Dining locations resume regular semester hours on January 23, 2017

We look forward to seeing you at the Marketplace Café and would love to hear your feedback.

SMART Recovery Now at Chico State

CADEC’s Collegiate Recovery Program is bringing SMART Recovery to Chico State. SMART Recovery is a 4-point program to help people manage their recovery from any type of addictive behaviors. SMART Recovery facilitators are conducting weekly meetings so you can have a face-to-face contact with your peers and can get the support you need while you go through recovery. These meetings are confidential, non-judgmental and open to all!

The meetings are:
On Tuesday with the facilitator, Ray Messinger, in the SSC Room 490 at 4:00PM- 5:00PM.
On Thursday with the facilitator, Janeil Harris, in the UHUB upstairs at 7:00pm-8:00pm.
 
For more Information, contact CADEC at 530.898.6450 or visit us in the SSC 180. This event is brought to you by CADEC’s Collegiate Recovery Program.
http://www.csuchico.edu/cadec/smart_recovery/index.shtml

AS Sustainability Internships Available

Interested in promoting sustainable programs on Chico State’s campus? AS Sustainability has 1-3 unit internships available this spring semester. We offer internships in the following areas:

  • Green Event Consulting
  • Education and Outreach
  • Dining Consulting & Food Research Assistant
  • Compost & Garden Assistant
  • Marketing & Graphic Design

Applications are available in BMU 005 and online on the AS Sustainability page and are due on Friday, February 10th. Come by to grab one and ask questions about our different internships!  

Workshops

Thesis Workshops

Carson Medley, Thesis Editor and Advisor in the Office of Graduate Studies, will be presenting the following academic writing and research classes in February:

2/8/17 SSC 150 3-4
Workshop 8:  “Put Your Dukes Up: The Defense” will demystify this process and expunge any fears the researcher has about this final process. I will have a professor come in and instruct the class how to prepare for the defense, and offer several techniques to remove any doubt in the researcher’s mind that he or she will not pass the defense.

2/15/17 SSC 150 3-4
Workshop 9: “It Was Not a Dark and Stormy Night: Writing the Introduction” will break down and thoroughly discuss all the points that must be addressed in Chapter 1 of the thesis:
a.       Introduction/Problem Definition
b.      Need for the Study
c.       Purpose of the Study
d.      Definitions
e.       Limitations
f.       Research Question

2/22/17 SSC 150 3-4
Workshop 10: “The Story of the Squirrel Who Gathered Too Many Nuts: Understanding the Literature Survey and Writing the Literature Review” explains and simplifies perhaps the most important ally the graduate student will have: the work of other scholars. This is important because the writer must find a few scholars to put in his pocket and carry around with him everywhere he goes, and it is equally important to find some scholars that are easy pickings in a thumb wrestling war. Here I will discuss the scavenger hunt aspect of research, and offer tips to help students work smarter, not harder. And, perhaps most importantly, I will discuss the pitfalls that most often plague writers—chiefly, not knowing when to stop gathering information and actually start writing.

If you cannot attend a workshop, no worries: Videos of the workshops are available on this Regional and Continuing Education Video Web page. For further questions, please contact Carson Medley at cmedley@csuchico.edu or 530.898.5392.

Tactical Communication

2/15/2017 (Wed), 1-3:30 PM, Colusa 100B

Description

How do you de-escalate a person in crisis?  Do you wish you had tools to help you better react to persons suffering a mental or emotional crisis?

Contact Information

Register: Development & Training System (DTS) > Schedule
Visit: https://www.csuchico.edu/training/events/tactical-communication.shtml
Questions? Contact HRSC Professional Development or call (530) 898-6433

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Tactical de-escalation communication can help.  Tactical Communication can help to calm difficult people who may be under severe emotional or other influences, redirect the behavior of hostile people, give you tools to perform professionally under all conditions and achieve the desired outcome of the encounter.

Objectives:

  • Define the dual goals of how to de-escalate a person in crisis and/or gain voluntary compliance
  • Identify the barriers to effective communication which lead to or cause resistance
  • Develop and demonstrate new skills in overcoming resistance through persuasion using tactical de-escalation methods
  • Consider the importance of an avuncular leadership style, kindness and reflective listening
  • Properly react to persons suffering a crisis and de-escalate them through the use of “grounding questions”

The instructor heavily integrates scenarios, role playing, questions and answers during the presentation to both ensure student engagement and confirm understanding. 

Instructor: Andrew Duch, Captain, Jail Commander, Butte County Sheriff’s Office

Audience: Campus employees interested in learning about tactical de-escalation communication tools.

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Faculty Workload Process

2/14/2017 (Tues), 2-3:30 PM, SSC 410

Description

This workshop reviews how to generate and interpret the workload report and covers required documentation and timelines.

Contact Information

Register: Development & Training System (DTS) > Schedule

Visit: http://www.csuchico.edu/training/events/faculty-workload-report.shtml

Questions? Contact HRSC Professional Development or call (530) 898-6433

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We will share how to set up split appointments, how to establish chair appointments, and how to enter Assigned Weighted Teaching Units (AWTU).  Time for Q&A is built into this lab session.

Instructor: Jennifer Lara (Academic Publications & Scheduling Services – APSS)

Audience: Campus employees interested in, or responsible for, academic department processes. Targeted towards new staff, chairs, and anyone interested in understanding the process or wanting a refresher on the topic.

Sponsor(s): Academic Publications & Scheduling Services, University Staff Development Programs

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Budget 201 Lab: Building Your Budget Tool

• 2/14/2017 (Tues), 9-10 AM, SSC 410
• 2/16/2017 (Thurs), 3-4 PM, SSC 410
• 2/22/2017 (Wed), 11-12 PM, SSC 410
• 2/24/2017 (Fri), 3-4 PM, SSC 410

Description

As follow-up to Budget 201, enroll in this hands-on lab to build a custom budget tool for your department and learn how to use it.

Contact Information

Register: Development & Training System (DTS) > Schedule
Visit:
https://www.csuchico.edu/training/events/budget-201-lab.shtml
Questions? Contact HRSC Professional Development or call (530) 898-6433

More Information

This hands-on computer lab will share how to import data from Insight, input and clear projections, and customize pivot tables within the tool to provide the information your department needs. If you’ve heard about the tool or are looking for a new way to monitor and reconcile your budget, please sign up and let us help you!

Prerequisite: We highly recommend also enrolling in the “Budget 201: How to Monitor your Budget” before completing this workshop.  Also, recommended: Budget 101.

Instructor(s): Jessica Anderson (Accounting Technician, University Budget Office); Darleen Sowers (Assistant Budget Analyst, University Budget Office)

Audience: Administrative Support Assistants, Administrative Support Coordinators, Administrative Analyst/Specialists or any position that helps monitor or makes budgeting decisions.

Sponsor(s): University Budget Office

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Budget 201: How to Monitor Your Budget

2/8/2017 (Wed), 2-3:30 PM, Colusa 100B

Description

This workshop provides a general overview of the university’s budget process with focus on how to monitor and track a budget at the department level.

Contact Information

Register: Development & Training System (DTS) > Schedule
Visit:
https://www.csuchico.edu/training/events/budget-201.shtml
Questions? Contact HRSC Professional Development or call (530) 898-6433

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Learn tips and methods to monitor and project transactions to ensure your department stays on budget. Not only will this workshop teach you a bit of budget vocabulary, but also answer common questions:  How can I track my budget that contains several funds? How can I project where my department will be in June? Who can I call for help when looking at my budget?

We highly recommend also enrolling in the “Budget 201 Lab: Building Your Budget Tool” after completing this workshop. Also recommended: Budget 101.

Instructor(s): Jessica Anderson (Accounting Technician, University Budget Office); Darleen Sowers (Assistant Budget Analyst, University Budget Office)

Audience: Administrative Support Assistants, Administrative Support Coordinators, Administrative Analyst/Specialists or any position that helps monitor or makes budgeting decisions.

Sponsor(s): University Budget Office

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Schedule Build Overview

2/2/2017 (Thur), 9-10:30 AM, SSC 410

Description

This overview of the Academic Schedule building process shares important timelines and a summary of the applications used to generate the Class Schedule.

Contact Information

Register: Development & Training System (DTS) > Schedule

Visit: http://www.csuchico.edu/training/events/schedule-build.shtml

Questions? Contact HRSC Professional Development or call (530) 898-6433

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We will share best practices for managing the process and help for finding critical information. Time for Q&A is built into this lab session.

Instructor: Jennifer Lara (Academic Publications & Scheduling Services - APSS)

Audience: Campus employees interested in, or responsible for, academic department processes. Targeted towards new staff, chairs, and anyone interested in understanding the process or wanting a refresher on the topic.

Sponsor(s): Academic Publications & Scheduling Services, University Staff Development Programs

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CSU 403(b) Plan: One-on-One Consultations with Fidelity Investments

1/31/2017 (Tues), by appt. (8-5 PM, Selvester’s Café 104)

Description

Fidelity Investments will be on campus to provide one-on-one consultations for faculty and staff to assist with any questions or enrollment in the voluntary CSU 403(b) retirement plan through Fidelity Investments.

Contact Information

Register: online at https://nb.fidelity.com/public/nb/calstate/contactus/schedule-a-meeting
Visit: https://www.csuchico.edu/training/events/tsa-fidelity-appointments.shtml
Location: Selvester’s Café room 104

More Information

Note: If appointments fill up, the campus will work with Fidelity to offer more appointments in the future. 

To schedule a free one-on-one appointment:

  • Go      to www.netbenefits.com/calstate     
    • Select Contact       Us in the header
    • Select Meet
    • Select       a Location: Chico State
    • Pick       a Date in the Calendar, then select an available time to the right of the       calendar (if no times are available, an email will be sent when more       dates have been scheduled)
    • Answer       the questions to make an appointment, then select Confirm Your       Appointment or
  • Call 1-800-642-7131,      or
  • Register      online at https://nb.fidelity.com/public/nb/calstate/contactus/schedule-a-meeting

Appointments are required and must be made through Fidelity.  Unfortunately, walk-ins cannot be accommodated.  Please schedule an appointment for a time that is convenient for you.

What you need to know

The appointments will be with a Fidelity Workplace Planning and Guidance Consultant.  Please consider bringing relevant account statements and any paperwork to help address your questions and needs during your appointment.

The CSU 403(b) Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA) Program is a voluntary program that allows eligible CSU employees to save toward retirement by investing pre-tax contributions in tax-deferred investments in either annuities or mutual funds, under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 403(b). TSA contributions are made solely by the employee through payroll deductions, prior to federal and state taxes being calculated. Consequently, these pre-tax contributions result in reduced taxable income for participating employees.

TSAs are one of two Supplemental Savings Plans offered by the CSU.

Audience: CSU, Chico state employees

Sponsor(s): California State University, Fidelity, and the HRSC Benefits Unit

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Interested in Joining an Excel User Group?

• 1/27/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234
• 2/10/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234
• 2/24/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234
• 3/10/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234
• 3/24/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234
• 4/7/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234
• 4/21/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234
• 5/5/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234
• 5/19/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234
• 6/2/2017 (Fri), 2-3 PM, YOLO 234

Description

Would you like to improve your Excel skills and possibly share your expertise?  Join the Excel User Group sessions!

Contact Information

To Register: Login and view the Development & Training System (DTS) Schedule
Web:
http://www.csuchico.edu/training/events/excel-user-group.shtml
Event Contact: Email HRSC Professional Development or call (530) 898-6433

More Information

These sessions will follow an organic format where participants are encouraged to share questions or topics they’re interested in discussing. Some sessions may start with a pre-selected topic, some may not. Participants will problem-solve together.  Questions on the Excel Budget Tool (from Financial Services), common Excel tricks, pivot tables, formulas and more, are welcome.

Sharpen Your Excel Skills

  • Any level Excel user, from beginner to expert, is welcome to attend.
  • If you have a laptop or tablet for work, we encourage you to bring it (fully charged as there are limited outlets). If not, it's fine to come without it.
  • If you have data or an Excel file you would like help with, please bring it on the laptop, a flash drive, or email it to yourself just before the session

Instructor(s): Beverly Gentry (Manager of Professional Development, Human Resources Service Center)

Audience: University employees interested in improving their Excel skills; including staff, faculty, managers, and students. Any level Excel user is welcome: beginners, intermediate users, and advanced users.  Attendees are encouraged to actively participate in this collaborative learning experience.

Group Toolkit: Excel User Group Playlist in Lynda.com

Sponsor(s): Information Resources, Financial Services, Professional Development

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Financial Services Walk-In Lab

• 01/25/17 (Wed), 2-3:00 PM, SSC 410
• 02/15/17 (Wed), 10-11:00 AM, SSC 410
• 03/15/17 (Wed), 2-3:00 PM, SSC 410
• 04/19/17 (Wed), 10-11:00 AM, SSC 410
• 05/17/17 (Wed), 2-3:00 PM, SSC 410
• 06/21/17 (Wed), 10-11:00 AM, SSC 410

Description

This is a monthly walk-in style, open lab dedicated to reconciling your department accounts. Workstations are available to run reports, download data, and update your budget tools.

Contact Information

To Register: Login and view the Development & Training System (DTS) Schedule
Web:
http://www.csuchico.edu/training/events/financial-walk-in-lab.shtml
Event Contact: Email HRSC Professional Development or call (530) 898-6433

More information

Budget and finance staff will be available to assist with questions or provide advice on campus finance related items. This lab will be casual and only require the time necessary to accomplish what you’d like. You can come for 5 minutes or stay the full hour. We would like to give you an opportunity to schedule time away from your desk and be there to help you! So feel free to sign up or simply stop by!

Instructor(s): Representatives from Budget, Procurement, Accounts Payable, and Financial Accounting and Reporting.

Audience: Campus employees interested in, or responsible for, department budgeting.

Sponsor:  University Budget Office

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MINDFULNESS BASED STRESS REDUCTION Program

The MBSR program, backed by three decades of research, will help you reduce stress and enhance resilience, even in the face of serious life difficulties. Open to all Chico students, faculty, and staff! Common reasons people take this course include: Daily life stress, anxiety/depression, sleep problems, chronic pain, fatigue, headaches, job, school or family pressure, personal growth/development, substance abuse, ADD/ADHD, and serious illness.

Introductory Course:  February 27 Class Continues:  8 Weekly sessions March 6 – May 8 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (No class March 13) Location: Selvester’s Café Daylong retreat: April 22 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Course Fee:  $30 per student – Due Upon Registration – Current Chico State Student ID # required; $250 for Faculty/Staff of Chico State – Limited space for Faculty/Staff  – Due Upon Registration

Instructor:  Ann Ponzio, MA, Certified MBSR Instructor                         

To register, or for more information contact the Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center (CADEC) in Student Services Center 180 or 530-898 -6450 or cadecstudent1@csuchico.edu

Health Peer Educator Certification Class - HCSV 389-09

Become a leader in creating a healthy and safe CSU Chico

Meets Fridays @ 9:00 a.m. - 10:50 a.m. in Tehama 130
 
Registration is open for the Health Peer Educator Certification Course starting Spring 2017. The course is open to all CSU Chico students. We thank our partners in the Health and Community Services Department for collaborating with us!!
 
•      Earn 2 Units
•      Receive a National Peer Educator Certification
•      Learn how to serve your campus & peers effectively
•      Gain knowledge about health promotion techniques
•      Increase your opportunities for obtaining on campus peer related jobs
 
For enrollment information contact:
The Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center in SSC 180 or 530-898-6450 or email cadecstudent1@csuchico.edu

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